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Old July 10th, 2006, 21:36   #28
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Originally Posted by Lisa
The correct answer is, don't get shot, shoot them in the back before they shoot you. Also if you're being shot in the back it could mean one or more of a few things. 1) you're running away 2) Your team mates don't like you/friendly fire 3) you've walked into an ambush.
Had a really painfull friendly fire experience once, point blank to the back of my neck, yes it was an incident.
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